Nvidia, with orders from tablet PCs, smartphones and car electronics, is expected to have already landed orders for about 15 million Tegra-based processors in 2011. Tegra will become the new growth driver for the company in the future, according to sources from notebook players.
At Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011, over 20 global IT brands including Samsung Electronics, Asustek Computer, Micro-Star International (MSI), Motorola, LG Electronics, Acer and High Tech Computer (HTC) will all display tablet PCs based on Nvidia's Tegra 2 processor.
In addition, orders from China-based white-box tablet PC makers are expected to help the company ship over 10 million Tegra 2 processors to the tablet PC market in 2011.
As for smartphone and car electronics, Nvidia has recently received orders from LG for its Optimus 2X dual-core smartphone, and has also landed orders from car brand Audi for in-car navigation and entertainment systems.